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· July, 2010

Stories about Elections from July, 2010

Latvia: Concerns Over the Future of the Largest Daily, Free Press

With the ownership of the largest daily newspaper, Diena, in question, many journalists in Latvia fear business interests and political influence would rule the news coverage ahead of the October...

Latvia: ‘The Harmony Center’ Political Bloc

Poland: “Rydzykisation”

Trinidad & Tobago: Local Government Reps

Belarus: Election 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: 20 Years Later

Trinidad & Tobago: PP Wins

Nepal: An Indigenous Leader As Prime Minister?

São Tomé & Principe: Political Background for a Voting Day

Rwanda: Tension Before The Presidential Election, Except for Kagame

The incumbent President of Rwanda Paul Kagame has officially launched his campaign for another term in office. The electoral campaign which ends on august 9th, has been marred with challenges...

Somaliland ready to join international community

Guyana: Party or Country?

Nepal: Madesh Parties Boycott Elections

Could Nigeria become a one-party state?

Poland: From accord to discord

Australians Want More Than Election Slogans

Just twenty-three days after deposing Kevin Rudd, Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard has called a general election for 21 August. The Oz blogosphere is looking for substance not just spin...

Guinea: Awaiting the Second Round of the Elections Amidst Fraud Allegations

A historical presidential election is underway in Guinea as the official results of the first round [fr] are about to be made official. Despite the allegations of fraud, the overall...

Brazil: Electoral Blogsphere Censored

Censorship in the Brazilian blogsphere is an extremely sensitive issue due to a dictatorship past when it was legal. As the presidential elections of 2010 approach, the siege tightens and...

Guinea: Elections change media landscape

Macedonia: The Curse of ‘Bipartisanship’

Veteran Macedonian bloggers express the widely held opinion among their compatriots who are not sympathizers of political parties about feeling hostage to a system without independent alternatives.

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